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Wolf & Lamb
Posted by Anonymous on 04/20/2009
great food but too pricey for lunch
Posted by Leo on 02/19/2009
Found myself walking around Manhatten at night and hungry. Didn't yet know the ins and out of finding good eats here. Walked around an area with kosher places, but none were glatt, so no go. The a guy on the street said I should move uptown a bit to this place. Walking in the door I was instantly a fan. Love the brick walls, open kitchen, and the photos on the walls. The prices were cheaper than I expected for a NY Steak [that was also glatt kosher]! Had a great time the first time and never looked back.
Posted by The Critic on 01/15/2009
Wolf and Lamb - my favorite kosher, lunch spot that you can eat and leave in under 2 hours. Slabs of meet, chicken, salads, sandwiches, and all of the garlic bread (even though we didn't get any) and pickles that you want. When I walk into W&L (slang for the regulars) you are greated by friendly managers and wait staff. After standing around and waiting for them to decide which of the 4 open tables to sit us at, we finally sat down. For the first 30 minutes of our dining experience, our table consisted of, 3 plates of pickle spears, a ketchup bottle, 2 glasses of water, and 3 place settings. Not bad for 6 people!! My favorite part about W&L is the chaos and disorganization after you order - where did his burger go? You didn't put it on the grill? He ordered an hour ago! Wheres his burger! All in all, I love this place - and its not because they use recyclable paper as a table cloth - and its prices. I mean, wherelse can you order a salad for 18 bucks and eat on paper!! If you are kosher, Jewish, not Jewish or just confused about your religion, I would reccomend dining at W&L just for the experience, companionship, and friendly waitstaff.
Posted by Garnish on 01/13/2009
I recently had dinner at this restaurant and I was highly impressed! In addition to the very tasty food their service was extraordinary....Prices are very reasonable....Highly recommend Wolf and Lamb
Posted by steakman on 01/06/2009
a great kosher steak bistro..nice jazz atmosphere on monday and thursday...innovative menu....bustling and upbeat crowd...reasonably priced and not pretentious burgers were awesome and steak sandwich one of the best koser versions i have ever had... will definitely be back...
Posted by Happy customer on 08/09/2008
I have been to many kosher restaurants in NYC and this place is definitely my favorite. The food is excellent and the prices are extremely fair. Additionally, the decor is nice. This certainly is not your average kosher restaurant. I highly recommend the filet mignon it was tender and juicy. The sides are equally as good I recommend the sweet potato fries. Even the parve desserts are so good that you can hardly tell they are parve. A must try for anyone craving good quality Jewish meat in a nice atmosphere.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/19/2007
OK, those complaining about prices need to relax. This is a steakhouse catering to yuppies in midtown Manhattan, don't expect $0.50 soft drinks. If you can't spend $30 per person avoid this place outright. If you can afford it, it's a great place to bring those who don't eat kosher food. The food is usually quite good (every place has its down days where stuff happens) and the service is fine and the atmosphere doesn't make you wince as it might in your run-of-the-mill pizza/felafel joint. In other words it's a place to bring non-Jews without worrying you'll have to explain and laugh off some of the unprofessional restauranteurism of the establishment. My personal favorite is their roasted tongue sandwich. Only those who know how good this dish can be will appreciate how excellently W&L prepare it. It has NEVER disappointed me. I would say 8.5 times out of 10, you'll leave stuffed and satisfied.